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Descendants of John Messer Lowell: Revolutionary soldier who changed his name to John Reed ePub download

by Laurel K Chapman

  • Author: Laurel K Chapman
  • ISBN: 155787087X
  • ISBN13: 978-1557870872
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: L.K. Chapman (1992)
  • Pages: 537
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Descendants of John Messer Lowell: Revolutionary soldier who changed his name to John Reed ePub download

John Lowell (June 17, 1743 – May 6, 1802) was a delegate to the Congress of the Confederation, a Judge of the Court of Appeals in Cases of Capture under the Articles of Confederation.

John Lowell (June 17, 1743 – May 6, 1802) was a delegate to the Congress of the Confederation, a Judge of the Court of Appeals in Cases of Capture under the Articles of Confederation, a United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts and a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Circuit Court for the First Circuit.

Journalist/attorney James M. Dalzell wrote a book published by Gibson Brothers, Printers in 1868 titled John Gray, of Mount Vernon: the Last Soldier of the Revolution.

The Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier, also known as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of the American Revolution, is a war memorial located within Washington Square in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The memorial honors the thousands of soldiers who died during the American Revolutionary War, many of whom were buried in mass graves in the square. The tomb and Washington Square are part of Independence National Historical Park.

John Reed and the Russian Revolution: Uncollected Articles, Letters and . Eastman, Max, Heroes I Have Known: Twelve Who Lived Great Lives, Simon.

The Collected Works of John Reed (includes Insurgent Mexico, The War in Eastern Europe, and Ten Days that Shook the World), Modern Library (New York, NY), 1995. Contributor to American Magazine, The Masses, Metropolitan, and New Republic. Eastman, Max, Heroes I Have Known: Twelve Who Lived Great Lives, Simon and Schuster (New York, NY), 1942. Gelb, Barbara, So Short a Time: A Biography of John Reed and Louise Bryant, Norton (New York, NY), 1973.

John Silas Reed (October 22, 1887 – October 17, 1920) was an American journalist, poet, and socialist activist, best remembered for Ten Days That Shook the World.

He is one of three Americans honored by being buried in the Kremlin Wall Necropolis (the others are labor organizer Bill Haywood and Charles Ruthenburg, founder of the Communist Party USA).

John Hathaway Reed (January 5, 1921 – October 31, 2012) was the 67th Governor of Maine, holding office during the 1960s. He was once an Aroostook County potato farmer. Reed was a Republican who took office following the death of Governor Clinton Clauson. Reed was born in Fort Fairfield, Maine, in 1921. He graduated from the University of Maine in 1942. He served in the United States Navy in World War II, first graduating from Harvard's Navy Supply Corps School in 1944.

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When he arrived at London Bridge he stopped and watched all the men and women who went past. That is how John Chapman became rich.

The atmosphere in the market place in Norwich in 1440 was probably not very different from how is today - noisy, crowded, colourful and exciting. It was here that John Chapman used to come each week from his home in Swaffham, 50 kilometres away, to try to sell his cooper pots and pans. When he arrived at London Bridge he stopped and watched all the men and women who went past. Many of them talked to him, but he heard nothing that would make him rich. On the third day, however, an old man asked him why he was standing there. He spent the money wisely and paid for several public buildings to be built.

Desperate Sons: Samuel Adams, Patrick Henry, John Hancock, and the Secret Bands of Radicals Who Led . Ketchum, Richard M. Saratoga: Turning Point of America's Revolutionary War. New York: A John Macrae/Owl Book, Henry Holt & C. LLC, 1999. ISBN 978-0-8050-6123-9.

Desperate Sons: Samuel Adams, Patrick Henry, John Hancock, and the Secret Bands of Radicals Who Led the Colonies to War. New York: Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 2012. ISBN 978-0-06-189955-3. ISBN 978-0-8050-6123-9 Luzader, John F. Decision on the Hudson: The Battles of Saratoga. Fort Washington: 2002.

John Messer Lowell (born 1762) served in the Revolutionary War. Members of the family who later found out about his military service could never really get a good answer from his papers as to why he changed his surname from Lowell to Reed. Some speculated he may have been a spy for the American's against the British; some think he may have wanted to bury his past war experiences and start fresh. Whatever the reason, the descendants of his son John Reed went by the Reed surname.